Modify the code below to greet the person based on the name they entered.
Modify the code to output the length of the inputted string.
Modify the code to output the first 3 letters of the inputted string.
Modify the code to output all except the first 3 letters of the inputted string.
Write some code that removes and first and last character of the string. e.g.
noFirstLast("monkey") would output
onke. The last line of code within the function should start with
return "My String"; would output the value "My String".
Write some code that uses an array of strings (the variable
strs), and outputs the total length of the string. Can you do it in a single line of code?
Write some code that inputs a string (the variable
str) and outputs a string where each word has the first letter capitalised (and the remaining letters unchanged). For example
capitaliseWords("stephen king") would output
"Stephen King". Hint: You may want to consider using the
split function for strings, as well as a for loop. It's however possible to do the whole thing in one line of code!
Write some code that 'encrypts' a string by replacing each character with the one immediately after. e.g.
'b' would be replaced with
'T' would be replaced with
'U', and so on.
The first variable
str is the string to encrypt/decrypt. The second variable
reverse is a boolean variable, which is false if we want to encrypt the string, and true if we want to decrypt it (i.e. retrieve the original string).
It will be helpful to use the string function
charCodeAt(i) would gets the equivalent 'numeric value' of the character at position
i in the string. For example
"a".charCodeAt(0)" gives 97, and
"b".charCodeAt(0)" gives 98. Similarly
String.fromCharCode(97) converts 97 back into
Write some code that replaces each of
NAME2 and so on within
str with the names provided in the array
nameReplacer("NAME1 and NAME2", ["Adam","Eve"]) would output
"Adam and Eve".
The string function
str.indexOf(substr) finds the position of the first occurrence of
str. For example,
"Apple".indexOf("pp") would output 1. An optional second argument allows us to specify the position we start looking from, for example,
"Banana".indexOf("na", 3) would output 4, because the first occurrence of "na" occurs at position 2 (remembering we start counting from 0), but we started searching from position 3.
Code a function
indexOfAll which searches for all occurrences of
a, and returns an array of all the matching positions in ascending order. For example
indexOfAll("Banana", "na") would return